Can Lying to Someone Living with Dementia be Therapeutic and Compassionate; and Not Morally Wrong?

Many caregivers wonder whether it’s OK to lie to someone living with Alzheimer’s or another kind of dementia. When they realize that trying to convince them of the truth isn’t working. Many years ago, it was thought that strict reality orientation should be [...]

digital health, home care, Palliative care

The Brampton region is home to a fast-growing number of clinical trials and tests, centred on diabetes, cardiac care, long-term care and home-care technologies.

uCarenet is pleased to have our two innovations highlighted by William Osler in a September 2018 interview with CANADIAN Healthcare Technology magazine. The article interviews Dr. Ron Heslegrave, Corporate Chief of Research, William Osler Health System. Explaining how Osler has [...]

e-health, palliative, digital health, uCarenet research pilots

City of Brampton Hospitals First to pilot uCarenet’s innovative health care apps

Monday, Sep 17 2018, 03:00 The original article is found here: Brampton: Business Headline Nectari Charitakis, CEO of uCarenet, a Canadian health tech company dedicated to improving quality of life for ageing seniors and their families, is excited to be working alongside [...]

home care, digital health, alzheimers

The Uber(ization) of In-Home Health Care – by TARA LOSINSKI | ZOOMER Magazine JUNE 17TH, 2018

Caremap is a newly launched app for in-home care that, like Uber, connects users directly with service providers. And the lack of a middleman is one of the model’s most important distinctions, says founder and CEO Nectarios Charitakis. “The whole [...]

Uber-ization of homecare

A marketplace for seniors: collaboration with CABHI helps Ontario-based uCarenet move to trial phase

Like many innovations, uCarenet’s solution was born out of a personal problem. Ontario-raised entrepreneur Nectari Charitakis was working abroad, but found himself constantly returning home to address issues related to his aging parents’ care. These were everyday problems such [...]